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Andrew Kerr & Teddy Goldstein - 7/23/14
Andrew Kerr & Teddy Goldstein
Caroline Rose - 7/24/14
Caroline Rose, Robby Hecht Opens
Carrie Elkin and Danny Schmidt - 7/26/14
Danny Schmidt & Carrie Elkin
School of Music - Summer 2014
Guitar 1 Master Class with Janet Feld
The Whiskey Boys - 7/27/14
The Whiskey Boys, Grace and the RSO opens
Berklee American Roots Music series made possible by the Sam Eisenson fund for Country music at Berklee - 7/28/14
Berklee American Roots Music series made possible by the Sam Eisenson fund for Country music at Berklee
Haas Kowert Tice CD Release - 7/31/14 - 7pm
Haas Kowert Tice CD Release
Haas Kowert Tice CD Release - 7/31/14 - 9:30pm
Haas Kowert Tice CD Release
Choro Das 3 with Howard Alden, Jeanne Gies, and friends - 8/1/14
Choro Das 3 with Howard Alden, Jeanne Gies, and Friends
The Rooks and Unbuttoned - 8/2/14
The Rooks and Unbuttoned
The Rooks are a New York City based R&B/IndieSoul sextet just funky enough to make your mother nervous. The group first came together at Wesleyan University, bonding over a mutual love of listening to Beyonce, playing at house parties, and performing Motown covers. They continue to do all three in excess. Drawing on an eclectic catalogue of influences, from the melodic sensibilities of Stevie Wonder, to the staggered hip-hop backbeats of J Dilla, to the vocal intricacies of the Dirty Projectors, The Rooks dance their way along the line between the music that makes you think, and feel-good-down-in-your-gut soul. The Rooks have spent the past two years steadily gaining notoriety around the northeast, notably sharing the stage with the likes of Grammy-nominated MC Talib Kweli and fast-rapping phenom George Watsky. Their set of studio singles (released in the spring of 2012) earned the attention of a number of online publications, and finally provided their parents with a tangible means of bragging about their children to their co-workers. After releasing their debut EP, Something You Can Take (June 2013) to a sold out crowd at Pianos (NYC), they continue to make as much noise as they possibly can in and around the NYC region. They would love for you to join the party, because they’re having an incredible time.
Listen to The Rooks here!
Forming in 2010, Casey MQ, Jonathan Milner, Miles Gibbons, Alexei Orechin and Kamilah Apong ventured into the depths of Casey’s basement. They made their way back out by becoming Unbuttoned, creating music that was a fresh alternative - funky sounds of R&B and Pop, supported by undertones of hip hop and electronica. Their music has challenged the tunnel vision of genre labels and highlights the beauty of crossover music. Unbuttoned spends their time crafting their album Casey’s MQ self-made Level Me Studios. Their debut EP Electric Kingdom, released independently in North America and through P-Vine Records in Japan, received attention and guidance from both Kevin Killen (Grammy award winning engineer/producer) and the late John Carter (Capital Records). "Casey's development as a unique songwriter has been evident to me for the last six years. With his latest collaboration – the beautifully crafted "Unbuttoned - Electric Kingdom" Casey delivers a seven song EP that is magical, innovative and belies his age as a songwriter. Ones to watch”, says Killen. Unbuttoned’s movements have not gone unnoticed across the globe, receiving attention and airplay from various media outlets in Poland, Spain, and Germany, as well as CBC's Jian Ghomeshi. Unbuttoned plans to expand even more so with their upcoming sophomore release, “planes”, available June 24th, 2014.